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English foreign elements in, 204.

grammar of, its history, 239-249.
its spread over Britain, 197.
modern, 258-265.
nation, 202.
of the Bible, 256.
of the thirteenth century, 254.
of the fourteenth century, 255.
of the sixteenth century, 256.
on the Continent, 194.
periods of, 198-201.

marks which distinguish, 254.
syntax of, changed, 245.
the family to which it belongs, 195.
the group to which it belongs, 195,

196.
vocabulary of, 202-238.

Latin doublets, 230-233.

element in English, 208-233.
of the eye and ear, 230.
of the First Period, 210.

Second Period, 211, 212.
Third Period, 212-227.

Fourth Period, 227-230.
triplets, 233.
Lord's Prayer, in four versions, 251,

252.

Malay words in English, 264.
Middle English, 200.
Modern English, 201, 258-265.

analytic, 239.
Monosyllables, 244.

Foreign elements in English, 204.
French (new) words in English, 261.

(Norman), see Norman-French.

German words in English, 262,
Grammar of English, 239-249.

comparatively fixed (since 1485), 258.
First Period, 240.

general view of its history, 243.
Second Period, 241.

short view of its history, 239-243.
Third Period, 242.

Fourth Period, 242.
Greek doublets, 233.
Gutturals, expulsion of, 246-248.

New words in English, 258-265.
Norman-French, 212.

bilingualism caused by, 222.
contributions, general character of,

220.
dates of, 213-215.
element in English, 212-227.
gains to English from, 221-224.
losses to English from, 225-227.
synonyms, 222.
words, 216-220.

Oldest and early English compared, 252.
Order of words in English, changed, 245.

Hebrew words in English, 262.
Hindu words in English, 264.
History of English, landmarks in, 266.
Hungarian words in English, 264.

Periods of English, 198-201.

Ancient, 199.
Early, 199.
Middle, 200.
Tudor, 201.

Modern, 201.
grammar of the different, 239-249.
marks indicating different, 254.

specimens of different, 250-257.
Persian words in English, 264.
Polynesian words in English, 264.
Portuguese words in English, 264.

Indo-European family, 195.
Inflexions in different periods, compared,

253.
loss of, 239, 240.

grammatical result of loss, 248.
Italian words in English, 259.

Renascence (Revival of Learning), 227.
Russian words in English, 264.

Keltic element in English, 204-206.

Landmarks in the history of English, Scandinavian element in English, 206-
266.

208.
Language, 193.

Scientific terms in English, 265.
changes of, 198.

Spanish words in English, 259.
growth of, 193.

Specimens of English of different periods,
living and dead, 168.

250-257.
spoken and written, 203,

Spoken and written language, 203
written, 193.

Syntax of English, change in, 245.
Latin contributions and their dates, 209. Synthetic English (=ancient), 239.

Tartar words in English, 264.

Welsh and Dutch contrasted, 197.
Teutonic group, 195.

Words and inflexions in different periods,
Tudor English, 201.

compared, 253.
Turkish words in English, 264.

new, in English, 258-265.
Tyndale's English, compared with Anglo- Written language, 193.
Saxon and Wyclif, 251.

and spoken, 203.

Wyclif's English, compared with Tyn.
Vocabulary of the English language, 202 dale's and Anglo-Saxon, 251.

238.

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Taylor, Jeremy, 307.
Tennyson, Alfred, 355.
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 361.
Thomson, James, 319, 320.
Tyndale, William, 290.

Scott, Sir Walter, 339.
Shakespeare, William, 292, 301,

contemporaries of, 294.
Shelley, Percy Bysshe, 344.
Sidney, Sir Philip, 297.
Southey, Robert, 341.
Spenser, Edmund, 291.
Steele, Richard, 316.
Surrey, Earl of, 289.
Swift, Jonathan, 313.

Wordsworth, William, 337.
Wyatt, Sir Thomas, 289.
Wyclif, John, 282.

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